The Mughal-era Taj Mahal in Agra, India, is considered a symbol of the everlasting spirit of love around the world, but the Hindu extremist party, the BJP, has taken the matter to court.

The Taj Mahal, with its charming white marble architecture, is one of the wonders of the world due to its uniqueness and is considered to be the most It was built in memory. Even today, not only India but also the heads of different countries including tourists from all over the world consider it an honor to visit the Taj Mahal and take pictures here on the occasion of their visit to India. Offer devotion

Ever since the Hindu extremist party BJP came to power in India, it has been fighting against the minority, especially Muslims, for the propagation of its Hindutva ideology and in this regard, it is not even giving away the monuments of Muslim rulers.

According to an Indian newspaper, Dr. Rajneesh Singh, media in-charge of Bharatiya Janata Party’s Ayodhya district, recently filed a petition in the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court to open 20 rooms in the Taj Mahal. Are Hindu statues and historical texts hidden in these 20 rooms of Taj Mahal? Advocate Rudra Vikram will appear in the High Court on behalf of the petitioner.

Petitioner Dr. Rajneesh Singh in the petition filed in the court says that there is an old controversy regarding Taj Mahal. About 20 rooms are locked and no one is allowed to enter. It is said that there are statues of Hindu deities and sacred phrases in these rooms.

“Archaeological surveys should be directed to find out the truth by opening these rooms and there is no harm in opening these rooms,” he said.

The petition said that a committee should be formed to find out the reality of these rooms. Since 2020, Dr. Rajneesh Singh has been trying to find out the reality of these rooms.

He said that a petition was filed on the basis of Right to Information (RTI) Act, in response to which it was stated that these rooms have been locked for security reasons. Information about was not provided and When all their efforts failed, I approached the Lucknow High Court.

It should be noted that hardline Hindu organizations call the Taj Mahal the ‘Temple of Teju Mahalaya’.